This course brings together creative photographic skills and academic study, including digital imaging and industry-led projects.
... You are creative
... You have a keen interest in photography
... You're serious about a photography career
This course is structured to provide a wide range of photographic skills and, at the same time, develop the creative and technological skills essential for today's modern photographer.
The course will reinforce your practical potential through a sound knowledge of the history of photography and an awareness of contemporary developments in the medium. The contextual elements of the course also encourage you to think critically about photography and its impact on culture and society.
The course is delivered through a combination of workshops, lectures, tutorials and work-based learning.
To enrol on this course, you'll need GCSE passes in three subjects at Grade C or above, to include Maths and English Language (or equivalent). You'll also need at least one of the following:
This course will equip you with the skills, knowledge and experience for a career in photography or BA Creative Industries Photography programme.
You'll be expected to purchase a good quality digital SLR camera with SD card. Throughout the year you'll need to provide display materials, such as sketchbooks and portfolios. You'll also need to purchase your own prints.
Applicants may be asked to attend an interview, take part in a workshop session, or present a portfolio of work as part of the selection process.
This course is franchised by the University of South Wales.
The UCAS course code is W640.
Institution Code is W01.
Campus Code is G.
Crosskeys Campus(Full Time)
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All courses may be subject to change. Coleg Gwent reserves the right to withdraw courses should they no longer be deemed viable to run.
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